This morning, the prelims of the women’s 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back will take place. UVA’s Kate Douglass leads the 100 fly.
In the 200 free, Alons won by over four full seconds, charging to a 1:47.76. In the 200 back, she was again first by over four seconds, clocking a 1:55.59.
Pro Michael Chadwick threw down a speedy 42.0 in the prelims of the 100 free this morning, but we should be in for some fast swimming from college stars too.
Virginia is in the midst of a recruiting tear – but how do their returning points stack up after graduating a few key contributors?
The defending Swimmer of the Year for Delaware, Ashley Chompre will be joining the Blue Devils as a member of the class of 2025.
We kick off our expanded rankings of the incoming freshman classes for NCAA swimming & diving with our 13th- through 16th-ranked programs.
We’re expanding our NCAA swimming & diving recruiting class ranks this year, counting down the top 16 classes of freshmen entering the NCAA next fall.
The Woodson boys and James Madison girls won VHSL Class 6 State Championships yesterday, while Torri Huske set a new national public school 100 fly record.
Tonight’s session was highlighted by 17-year-old Torri Huske’s 100 fly win, a best time of 50.49 to move her to #4 all-time in the 17-18 age group.
Purnell would’ve ranked in the top four on Duke’s 2018-19 roster in the 200 free, 1650 free, 200 fly, 200 IM, and 400 IM.
Lenihan will step on to the Duke campus in 2020 with one race fast enough for a ‘B’ cut with two more within a half second.